20 Most Recent Apple iPod nano 5th Generation - Page 5 Questions & Answers

You will have to connect it to your primary computer (The one with your Itunes library) Via USB, open Itunes and synchronize. That should unlock it.

Apple iPod nano... | Answered on Mar 06, 2010

Try getting a can of compressed air to blow out the headphone jack sometimes dirt gets in there. Don't blow with just your mouth. If this works try keeping headphone jack covered so dirt doesn't get in there. Switcheasy makes doc and headphone port covers they come with their cases.

Apple iPod nano... | Answered on Feb 23, 2010

go to settings then general then sounds then select headphones

Apple iPod nano... | Answered on Jan 17, 2010

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Apple iPod Audio... | Answered on Aug 19, 2019

If your iPhone has been disabled, it is completely locked down. The only way you'll be able to use it again is by restoring it using iTunes or iCloud. If you have a backup, you'll be able to recover your data, but this process will delete everything that is stored on the iPhone. Except for the following four ways, there is no other way to unlock a disabled iPhone.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to the computer with via a USB cable that your iPhone has trusted.
Step 2. Launch iTunes. If you've synced your iPhone with iTunes, then no "enter password" is required.
Step 3. iTunes will automatically sync your iPhone and create a backup file. If it doesn't, you should sync your iTunes and create a backup file manually by clicking "Back up Now" in the Summary window.
Step 4. In the Summary window, you can see the option "Restore iPhone". Click it to reset your iPhone. Once the reset process is complete, you'll be taken through the iPod's initial setup process.
Step 5. Select "Restore from iTunes backup" during the setup process. This will load the backup that you created so that all of your data is restored.

For more detail, check: How to Unlock A Disabled iPhone with/without iTunes

Apple iPod Audio... | Answered on Feb 01, 2019

You are not likely to be able to use it with that vehicle, That version of IPOD is 16 years older than you car. There wont be drivers available for it. You cannot change the car system, you may be able to get an audio jack if the car has AUX in.

Apple iPod Audio... | Answered on Dec 28, 2018

Power it down and back up. Then check the brightness control in settings. If that doesn't fix it, it needs repairing. Probably just re-seating the connections on the display.

Apple iPod Audio... | Answered on Feb 18, 2018

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